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Zalando now also delivers packages in Luxembourg

Zalando now also delivers packages in Luxembourg

German fashion web shop Zalando has expanded into Luxembourg: the online retailer is partnering with the Luxembourgish postal services to deliver the packages to the customers.

Through Belgian shop

The launch opens up more than 1,500 brands and more than 150,000 products in the virtual store Whoever heads for will arrive in the Belgian version of the web shop, but will encounter no issues ordering any item and getting their items delivered in Luxembourg.


Zalando, founded in Berlin in 2008 by Germans Robert Gentz and David Schneider, currently operates in 15 different markets.




(Translated by Gary Peeters)

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